But views about policing remain divided along partisan and racial lines, a new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds.
Most people working from home due to the coronavirus wouldn't be disappointed if the change were permanent, a new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds.
Few see the possibility of a return to normal during the pandemic, but there's a bloc of support for partially easing some limitations on business and activities.
If there's a culture war over masks, someone forgot to tell most of the public, a new survey finds.
A new HuffPost/YouGov poll finds some Americans ready for a partial reopening, but few ready to resume life as normal.
Views have shifted since 2016, a new poll finds.
Support for stay-at-home orders has fallen from its peak, but remains the majority position.
Voters in both parties have seen their fervor about the contest dip since the coronavirus pandemic hit.
Most Republicans also think Trump supports stay-at-home orders, a new survey finds.
The public continues to see immigration as a boon to the U.S., but most also see restrictions as at least somewhat effective in controlling the COVID-19 outbreak.